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Thank you for your patience.You don't say whether you reported this to your employer or not, although given that you say this type of thing has been going on for some time, it sounds like you have. If you have reported this matter and your employer failed to take action to stop the harassment and/or retaliated against you for reporting it, you could potentially have a suit for sexual harassment. What you would want to do first (and need to do first) is file a "charge", or complaint, against the employer with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, which you can do at www.eeoc.gov. The EEOC will investigate the claim and if unable to reach resolution on your behalf, or if they can find no evidence of a violation, then you will be issued what is called a "Right to sue" letter, and have 90 days from that date to file a suit.
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